Coal India is in the process of awarding a contract to consulting firm KPMG to prepare a Vision 2030 plan, an official of the state-run miner said on Friday.
“KPMG has been selected for preparing Vision 2030 plan and the contract will be awarded. The plan will look at the future of coal sector in the country’s energy mix, particularly when coal demand has been subdued,” the Coal India official said.
KPMG, which had prepared Vision 2020 for Coal India, will have to submit its report in 14 weeks from the date of awarding the contract.
Coal India has already decided to diversify its portfolio into the related energy fields.
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